I believe wearing a school uniform could be beneficial to the school environment because it can reduce the number of times a student is sent down to the principals office and the umber of times the office has to address this a day to just about none. Would I have less laundry?
It could be cool in the beginning, but after years of wearing the same clothes everyday I would feel like I could snap at any moment. Also, if your uniform becomes damaged, I would have to pay to have it fixed, so it would become very expensive.
Therefore, I don't think we really need uniforms. My son 12 is always wineing about that new shoe or cloth piece, it would make everyone that has this problem a whole lot easier. Everyone looks the same but not to a scary perspective. You can still change it up, roll up sleeves, and jewelry, also for boys shoes, your not at all trapped as it might seem.
Kids more worry about other kids clothes than their work. That is why the schools grades are going down fast. School uniforms may help keep students safe. Many young boys and girls wear some inappropriate clothing which may lead to bad things happening to them.
Concern for the safety not how you think how bad or good youll look in them. Thats the problem in this age with school uniforms. I think uniforms allows us to represent our school and what happened if you got lost on a school trip and you are not wearing your uniform? That would be awful! So uniform makes us look smart and represent our school not make us look silly and get us bullied. We look smart and if someone can't afford the latest fashion and others can they may be bullied and the people who say no to uniform often can't afford the uniform, and just act like they just don't like it, uniform represents the school and we look good.
If your say it's bad your just terribly stupid. Why should schools choose what we wear. Its not like they are buying it for us. It gets more expensive as yu move up into high school.
We need to be able to express ourselfs. Its not always suitable for the weather. Like in the corrunt heat wave is a thick heavy black blazer neccesary. In fact it distacts us from our earning because we ae to hot to bother about learning.
They may cost too much money and they may make you look bad in front of others. But when you start using clothes to go out you wont be made fun of by bullies and look nice and stop worrying about what you are wearing for your perfect day at school: What's the point for uniforms?
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Kent school head defends sending home girls in too-short skirts. Parents of pupils at Ebbsfleet academy can have them educated elsewhere if they object to the uniform rules, says principal. Should we cut our ties to school uniforms? After a rigorous headteacher sent 80 pupils home for uniform violations this week, we asked parents, pupils and professionals if the right clothes really make a difference. School uniform frees girls from pressures. Outside distractions of fashion and inappropriate dress is excluded from the environment as every student in uniform displays their academic intentions of the day and leaves the consumer driven world on the outside for the duration of the school day.
School uniforms are economical as they eliminate the need for parents to buy their children clothes for school that keep up with the ever changing trends. School uniforms create equality as they remove competition between students of higher and lower socioeconomic groups. Every school board has uniform assistance for those families in need. Similarly when uniforms get very worn and a family cannot afford to replace the item, uniform assistance program is there to help out with a new item at no cost to the family.
School uniforms keep school communities safe. It is an automatic way to identify who is part of the school community and who is not. Intruders are immediately identified. Out of all the arguments for school uniforms I believe this is the greatest one since its motive is to keep our children safe.
School uniforms are also a great safety feature on class trips; students from a particular school are quickly recognized. This helps the teachers not only count students quickly it also helps students stay together as a group and identify as one.
School uniforms are costly and therefore contradict the reasoning that school uniforms even the playing field for families in low socioeconomic brackets. In fact it is of determent to the exact people they are trying to support. Parents must buy their children regular clothes regardless of whether the school their children attend is uniformed or not.
The uniform is then an added expense and therefore not a way to help financially struggling families but actually adding burden. In the situation that a family has several children attending the same uniformed school it creates a very large cost for the family at the beginning of every school year. Uniformed schools could represent a massive obstacle to new comer families whose financial means may be very limited due to their recent immigration. School uniforms do not evade cliques from forming, nor do they create a homogeneous community.
Uniforms therefore lack effectiveness and do not live up to the promise that they create a positive social environment. Furthermore there is no proven correlation between uniforms and achievement or uniforms and behavior. The argument that uniforms contribute to students performing better academically and behaving properly simply are not true.
Moreover school uniforms can serve to stigmatize a school especially in urban areas. This can lead to ghettoized schools and neighborhoods and cause an awful divide, exactly what the uniform was trying to prevent. I myself, am torn. So what do you think?
About the Author Sarah Stocks is a Community Service Worker collage graduate that enjoys helping other's as much as she can and spending as much time with her son as she can.
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